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Should we be concerned about filecoin?

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We've all seen how Ethereum has left the GPU market in shambles, and is creeping into the PSU market as well. Now we're getting filecoin... Basically it's a system that takes unused storage space on servers and computers and uses them as a storage network. If you "mine" filecoin,you can trade it for bitcoin, eth, etc... Building a PC is already rough do to eth mining, and SSD and flash storage in general is already going up in price. I can't imagine this making SSD pricing even worse, and the potential price hike on standard HDD's. I'm already worried about the current state of PC building, so this could just be me being paranoid, but I feel like this is something worth looking into. I'm glad I already have all of my storage needs... '); }
Date: Aug 12, 2017   


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